The Center is teaming up with the Thoreau Society for a special Earth Day event to discuss resistance and extinction. We'll explore the works of the beloved 19th-century naturalist and philosopher Henry David Thoreau and how they relate to today's fight to end the extinction crisis.
Join us on Thursday, April 15 at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET for this discussion with Thoreau Society President Rochelle Johnson and Executive Director Michael Frederick; Laura Walls, author of Henry David Thoreau: A Life; and Center for Biological Diversity Founder and Director of Programs Peter Galvin and Senior Scientist Tierra Curry.
The Thoreau Society's mission is to preserve Thoreau's legacy and advocate for the preservation of the natural world, including Walden Pond and surrounding areas. The Thoreau Society exists to stimulate interest in Thoreau's life and works, challenging all to live a deliberate, considered life.
You need to register to participate in the webinar, so sign up and then check your email for a link. (If you don’t see it, look in your junk folder.)
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